NAPSPA supports MOE decision to keep SEA students engaged online

NAPSPA supports MOE decision to keep SEA students engaged online

President of the National Primary Schools Principals Association (NAPSPA) Carlene Hayes is in support of the decision by the Ministry of Education, to continue with the online learning format for Term III for students in the primary school sector.

This means that Standard 5 students who were preparing to sit the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) will not have the opportunity to have physical classes as initially planned for the upcoming term which begins on Monday.

Speaking to izzsomedia today, Hayes said they believe the decision is based on the best interest of the students, in light of the steady rise in Covid19 cases.

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